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Court blocks release of Trump’s tax returns pending appeal

A federal appeals court on Tuesday blocked a New York prosecutor from obtaining Donald Trump’s tax returns while the president’s lawyers fight a subpoena seeking the records.

Property Tax bills arriving soon, contactless payments encouraged

The New Hanover County Tax Department has started mailing real estate property tax bills, so property owners should receive their bill by the middle of August.

North Carolina barbecue spot closed over tax debt reopens

An iconic North Carolina restaurant has reopened its doors more than a year after it was shut down due to its tax debt.

Like the IRS, North Carolina tax deadline now Wednesday

That three-month extension for North Carolina residents and corporations to turn in their income tax returns is running out.

US budget deficit hits all-time high of $864 billion in June

The federal government incurred the biggest monthly budget deficit in history in June as spending on programs to combat the coronavirus recession exploded while millions of job losses cut into tax revenues.

Supreme Court rules Manhattan DA can obtain Trump taxes

The Supreme Court on Thursday ruled that Manhattan's chief prosecutor can obtain troves of President Trump's business records and tax returns.

No more delays: What to know about the July 15 deadline

As the coronavirus pandemic took hold this spring, the federal government postponed the traditional April 15 filing deadline until July 15.

Tax Day filing deadline moved to July 15 from April 15

Americans will have an additional three months to file their taxes, with Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin announcing Friday that Tax Day has been shifted to July 15 from the usual April 15.

Free tax services for people who meet certain eligibility requirements in Conway

Tax season starts on Jan. 27 and one program is offering free tax assistance to anyone who makes $56,000 or less a year, or has a disability and is a limited English-speaking taxpayer.

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Woman denies police account after being shot at by officers

A woman in Maryland is disputing an account by police that she crashed her Honda into a police vehicle and veered toward a detective.

Good Shepherd is holding weekly free grocery giveaways

Good Shepherd Center in Wilmington is giving away free bags of groceries and toiletries every Wednesday.